Edinn presents in Productronica (Munich) the collaboration with Climate-KIC

Edinn presents in Productronica (Munich) the collaboration with Climate-KIC

The Edinn Industry 4.0 platform was selected by Climate-KIC, an European organization focused on innovation to avoid climate change, for the presentation of a joint document about Industry 4.0 as factor of change in the circular economy. This insight will be presented at the international fair of Productronica, which will take place from November 14th to 17th, in Munich (Germany).

This article insight, “Industry 4.0: a key enabler of the Circular Economy” was created in collaboration with CEEDR (Centre for Enterprise and Economic Development Research) of the Middlesex University of London. It explains how the activities related to Industry 4.0 and IoT will play a key role in the reconfiguration of the industrial production systems, as well as in the efficiency of the life cycle of materials, componentes and products, within what we know as “circular economy”.

This article introduces the main characteristics and challengues associated with the adoption of Industry 4.0, exploiring the benefits perceived by small and large companies using the testimonies of our clients, such as Martinez y Cantó, or Suntory Group. The presentation of the article will take place next November 15th in the Future Markets Hall of Productronica.

About Edinn®

Edinn is the open platform of Industry 4.0 used by more than 3.000 active users in 12 countries. It is a manageable, fast and powerful way to get the maximum efficiency and productivity in real time. It provides standard tools for Production Control (Manufacturing Execution System, MES & MOM), for Optimization through Operational Intelligence (Operational Intelligence, OI)and allows to develop every other need.

To this day, Edinn has developed more than 100 successful projects in the 4th Industrial Revolution, and doing so, Edinn has become one of the most experienced technology enablers in Industry 4.0

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